[Digikam-devel] [Bug 125736] Uniquely identifying each image in a collection of images

Gerhard Kulzer gerhard at kulzer.net
Tue Jun 5 15:09:06 BST 2007

Am Tuesday 05 June 2007 schrieb Andi Clemens:
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> http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=125736
> ------- Additional Comments From andi.clemens gmx net  2007-06-05 12:55
> ------- I'm new to digikam so I didn't know it saves only the filenames in
> the db, but today I had to find it out by accident :( I renamed some
> folders and files with krename because the rename dialog from the kipi
> plugins isn't that powerful. After renaming the files I started digikam and
> all my tags where wrong! For example:
> A = "2007_jan_birthday_001.jpg"
> B = "2007_jan_birthday_101.jpg"
> A was renamed as B. After that B has all tags from a file prior named as B,
> A has no tags at all... It would be very helpful to save md5sums in the
> database so this would not happen. I used kphotoalbum before and was used
> to move my files around or rename them with external programs. But now it
> isn't possible anymore. _______________________________________________
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Notwithstanding your wish for unique ID of images, if you check in the digikam 
setup 'save tags to IPTC' your tags will be save in the files and re-imported 
when moved outside digikam.


Hakuna matata
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